Tehran-Sulaymaniyah flight to resume Sunday
Friday, 22 June , 2018 2 هفته قبل

Tehran-Sulaymaniyah flight to resume Sunday

The first flight between the Iranian capital Tehran and Sulaymaniyah International Airport will be operated tomorrow at 11 a.m. (local time),” the airport’s director Taher Abdullah told Iraqi website Alghad Press on Saturday.

Iran sanctions: Aerospace focus
Friday, 22 June , 2018 3 هفته قبل ٬

Iran sanctions: Aerospace focus

Stakeholders within the aviation sector will be impacted by the reimposition of US sanctions against Iran. Further to HFW’s earlier update on President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and reinstate the Iran sanctions, this briefing considers the likely impact on the aviation sector.

Bushehr-Dubai flights to be resumed soon
Friday, 22 June , 2018 3 هفته قبل

Bushehr-Dubai flights to be resumed soon

Flights between Bushehr in southern Iran and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates will be resumed after the holy month of Ramadan, according to the director of airports in Bushehr Province.

Boeing CEO says end of Iran deal won’t hurt 737 production
Friday, 22 June , 2018 1 ماه قبل ٬

Boeing CEO says end of Iran deal won’t hurt 737 production

WASHINGTON, May 9 (Reuters) – Boeing Co’s chief executive said on Wednesday the company will ensure its 737 production will not be hurt after the U.S. revoked its license to sell jets to Iran Air and that none of the 737 aircraft it had expected to sell to Iran were in the backlog of orders.

Boeing CEO says end of Iran deal won’t hurt 737 production
Friday, 22 June , 2018 1 ماه قبل

Boeing CEO says end of Iran deal won’t hurt 737 production

WASHINGTON, May 9 (Reuters) – Boeing Co’s chief executive said on Wednesday the company will ensure its 737 production will not be hurt after the U.S. revoked its license to sell jets to Iran Air and that none of the 737 aircraft it had expected to sell to Iran were in the backlog of orders.

Boeing Anticipated Iran Agreement Going Bust
Friday, 22 June , 2018 1 ماه قبل

Boeing Anticipated Iran Agreement Going Bust

Iran Air intended to order 15 Boeing 777 Classic aircraft and 15 Boeing 777X aircraft.
Boeing significantly reduced dependency of Boeing 777 program on potential order from Iran.
Boeing has benefited from uptick in order activity for cargo aircraft.

Air France Cuts Back on Iran Flights
Friday, 22 June , 2018 2 ماه قبل

Air France Cuts Back on Iran Flights

Air France is cutting its Joon subsidiary’s service between Paris and Tehran to the summer season only, blaming a poor economic performance over two years in operation.

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